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Paper Talk: Suarez to ask for Arsenal move

Luis Suarez is keen to join Arsenal, Spurs will shatter their wage structure to keep Gareth Bale, while Newcastle are set for a double deal.

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Luis Suarez: Reportedly set to tell Liverpool he wants to talk to Arsenal

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THE SUN

Arsenal expect Luis Suarez to tell Liverpool he wants to leave and so force through a move to the Emirates Stadium.

Brendan Rodgers has told Arsenal to put up or shut up after dismissing Arsenal's latest bid.

Manchester United used their Twitter account to give a graphic indication of their desire to keep hold of Wayne Rooney.

Arsenal's Gervinho is on the verge of joining Roma, while the Gunners are in pole position to sign QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas was fuming after Jan Vertonghen was crocked on a mudheap pitch in Hong Kong.

Manuel Pellegrini claims Manchester City have the best strikeforce in the country after a £40million splurge on new forwards last week.

David Moyes knows he has a lot to learn after taking the Manchester United job.

FA chiefs have yet to draw up a shortlist for the England Under-21 manager's job.

DAILY MIRROR

Liverpool admitted for the first time they will sell Luis Suarez after the player told them he wants to talk to Arsenal.

Manchester United have upped the ante in their battle to keep Wayne Rooney.

Spurs fear Gareth Bale's head has been turned by Real Madrid.

Jose Mourinho plans to hold Frank Lampard back for the games that really matter to Chelsea.

Newcastle are lining up a double bid for Lyon stars Bafetimbi Gomis and Bakary Kone.

Crystal Palace are plotting a double swoop for Umaru Bangura and Osman Sow.

Stephen Ireland is poised to follow Shay Given to Doncaster.

QPR striker Jamie Mackie is poised to join Nottingham Forest.

DAILY STAR

Luis Suarez has won his battle with Liverpool, who will let him have talks with Arsenal.

Chelsea are so confident of signing Wayne Rooney they are not looking at any other striker targets.

Jose Mourinho has warned Frank Lampard he cannot expect to play in all Chelsea's big games.

Arsenal have been given fresh hope of signing QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar.

Charlie Austin has been offered a new three-year deal by Burnley.

West Brom are stepping up their bid to sign former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou.

DAILY MAIL

Arsenal expect Luis Suarez to tell Liverpool he wants to leave for London.

Daniel Levy will break Tottenham's pay ceiling to keep poster-boy forward Gareth Bale from the clutches of Real Madrid.

Arsenal have told Roma to up their offer for Gervinho to £8.6million.

West Brom and Everton are chasing Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair.

Sunderland captain Lee Cattermole's days at the Stadium of Light look numbered.

Manchester United's Bebe is a target for Portuguese side Pacos de Ferreira.

DAILY EXPRESS

David Moyes has hit back after being labelled a "dinosaur" by a top fitness coach.

Luis Suarez will be allowed to speak to Arsenal, but Liverpool are still demanding £50million for the striker.

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas refused to counter reports that Gareth Bale has told the club he wants to join Real Madrid.

Former Arsenal forward Quincy Owusu-Abeyie is in talks over a move to Crystal Palace.

Arsenal are in pole position to sign QPR keeper Julio Cesar.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Liverpool will demand from Arsenal a fee of more than £50million for Luis Suarez after manager Brendan Rodgers dismissed their £40million bid as "nowhere near" the player's value.

THE GUARDIAN

Brendan Rodgers has urged Luis Suarez to repay the loyalty that Liverpool demonstrated throughout his racism and biting controversies as they prepare for a protracted dispute, potentially a legal one, with Arsenal over the striker's contract.

THE INDEPENDENT

The Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is expected to tell Brendan Rodgers today that he wants to speak officially to Arsenal about a move following their bid of £40m plus £1, which the player believes obliges Liverpool to sell.

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